Welcome to the Newton Abbot Fishing Association Website.

Day Tickets can now be bought online.

 Go to the Shop underneath the Membership and Ticket Rates button at the top of this page.

We hope you will enjoy having a good look around the site and will find everything you may need. If you can't find it then get in touch and we will get back to you. As a Club we are run wholly by volunteers who give their time and energy to keep the Club running in a forward looking and sustainable way. This maintains the traditions established early in the last century and maintained by a succession of anglers from the local area. It is a condition of the Club's Constitution that full members must reside within a 20 mile radius of Newton Abbot. Many of our waters are disused clay workings which are long established as natural habitats and are unique in many ways leading to some very special fishing. Most ponds, particularly those at Rackerhayes, hold stocks of beautiful tench with 5lb being an average fish. Most seasons see double figure fish landed and many in the 7lb+ bracket are quite commonplace. Bream are also popular fish and once again many 7lb+ fish are taken each year. Carp are well established and are a popular quarry with plenty of 20lb+ fish available to most anglers who are crafty enough to winkle them out. The Committee endeavour to cater for all branches of coarse fishing and manage and maintain the fisheries in their own time. There is a thriving match and junior section. You can find fixture lists on the Match pages on this site. The junior section is popular and the Club was the first angling club to achieve Clubmark status in Devon and Cornwall. This accredits the tuition and courses offered as meeting the highest national standards.The Club has had excellent backing from the Environment Agency and Angling Trust in developing platforms and walkways on Wheel pond where most junior activities take place. Please note Newton Abbot is now an eel friendly club so for news on what this means click on the button on this page. Our waters contain some real monsters and we are keen to preserve them and their offspring for the future and fish to 5lb+ commonly fall to angler's baits each summer.

That’s all for now folks! Tight lines.

Main points from April’s Committee Meeting

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May 9, 2016

A tree surgeon will be carrying out work on some trees at Bradley which are causing concerns. The Club’s efforts seeking compensation over the closure of Bradley have been unsuccessful.  The netting programme is on going. Approximately 1000lb of Carp have been introduced recently.  Club Secretary John Mitchell is meeting with Bovis Homes re drainage…

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A Successful Netting Operation

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April 11, 2016

Thanks to Club Secretary John Mitchell for the report below: We were recently requested to net the fish from a local estate lake which was going to be drained down for de-silting and bank repairs. The last time that the lake was drained was in the 1970s, and since then the resident ducks and an…

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